Donald Trump Offers Job To Woman During DC Press Conference

Donald Trump held a press conference at the Old Post Office building which he is transforming into a hotel, when a woman in the audience asked if his new hotel will be hiring veterans.

Donald Trump:
“Are you talking about here? We are doing some of that actually already. We have been very much involved. Why? What are you looking for? What kind of a position? Come up here. Come here. She looks so smart and good.

Do you mind if I do a job interview right now? We need good people. How are you?”

Woman:
“I’m fine.”

Donald Trump:
“So what’s your experience in front of the world?”

Woman:
“Well, I design. I do wreaths. I do all types of decorations.”

Donald Trump:
“And you like this building?”

Woman:
“Yes, I do.”

Donald Trump:
“OK, so here’s what I’m going to do. There’s the man. Stand right over here. If we can make a good deal in the salary, she’s going to probably have a job. OK? All right, good. Have a good time. Thank you sweet, thank you. Good. Thank you, so nice. Really nice.”

When asked why he decided to promise a job to someone he did not know, Mr. Trump said he has instincts about people.

Donald Trump:
“I felt good about her. I’ll tell you what, I looked at her, I said she, you know, I have gut instinct, OK? And we’re allowed to have that. And I looked at her and she asked a question and it was a very positive question. She looks like she’s got a great, look and she’s – look at that with the tears. How nice. She’s just a good – she just seemed like a good person to me. She just seemed like a good person to me. Now maybe she won’t qualify because you have to qualify for – but I think she will. I think she, to me, looked like a good person. I have instincts about people. For instance, I had an instinct about you originally that you’re a very fine reporter. And I was right. OK? No, she made an immediate impression. And while I agree it’s a big audience she’s going to become a super star. Tomorrow she’ll move out to Hollywood. Look at her. Don’t leave me. OK. Go ahead, yes.”